Help! or Hey Jude, but isnt Hey Jude more of piano?
But still, there's plenty of drums. And the guitar and bass is still there. They can still chart it.
And dude, they charted the string section in I Am the Walrus =/. I strongly doubt they'll chart piano however,
Oh, I don't doubt they'll add it in as DLC. I just don't think it'll be on disc.
If I'm wrong, I'll apologize and if I'm right, I won't say "I told ya so".
But any song where the drummer can go to the loo and still get back in time to play is too long a wait, know what I mean?
Both of these songs are DLC.
9/9/09: A dream come true.
Let's get some Coldplay!
If that message is actually an indicator of what the final song might be then...
Flying: Too obscure to leave as a "surprise". Most casual Beatles fans aren't familiar with it. So no.
Yesterday: Unless its a live version or some kind of remix with bass and drums then it would only have vocals and guitar so no.
That leaves Help! and Hey Jude. Hey Jude would make more sense as a closing song...unless the last song isnt the closing song, then either of these are game.
Just had a thought...what if the last unannounced song is within the course of the career mode (in crono order, not the encore)? And then there is a bonus song (not counted as part of the 45) as the encore (The End or whatever) which then leads into the closing cinematic. Probably wont happen, but that would be cool.
9/9/09 = One sweet dream came true... today
XBox Live GT: JAYBO99
DLC Wanted: Temple of the Dog
More: Kings of Leon, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Audioslave, RAtM, Nirvana, Bob Dylan, Wolfmother, Incubus, Jimi Hendrix
To those saying it can't be Hey Jude because of length and Ringo using the toilet, I remind you: this isn't a Rock Band game. It's an experience.
That said... What if it's none? What if they picked four random songs from the DLC list?
It could be anything.